Dinosaurs, aliens, and the Flood

Two hundred years ago, modern humans rediscovered a class of animals that dwarfed all other animals they knew. Those who found their remains, called these animals dinosaurs – literally, terrible lizards. Conventional origins scientists believe a single event, 65 million years ago, extinguished the dinosaurs forever. They also believe this happened long before humankind appeared on earth. Continue reading

Volcanism, impacts, and the Global Flood

Recently I had the privilege of conducting a presentation on the dinosaurs to our church’s children’s Sunday school class. I began with a question: what do you think happened to the dinosaurs? The answer was as I expected: an asteroid strike killed them. This theory is under challenge. As many multidisciplinary studies suggest, hospital the Chicxulub impact (commonly believed to be the asteroid strike responsible for the KT Boundary theory) predates the actual mass extinction record for the area. Yet the theory persists in textbooks. So teachers still teach it in classroomsi nationwide. Interestingly, rx the studies give rise to a resurgence of the Deccan Volcanism hypothesis. Continue reading

Scientist fired for discovery

Can a scientist lose his job for discovering something new and telling the community about it? It happened recently. And the scientist who lost his job, is going to court to get it back. And that case threatens to pit creation against evolution in a trial to rival Tennessee v. Scopes. Continue reading

Fountains of The Great Deep

Several years ago we put together a Noah’s Flood VBS.  We turned the basement of the church into the inside of Noah’s Ark by covering the windows with black garbage bags (to block out  the light) and filled the room with various and assorted pieces of ‘luggage’ and crates of animals in cardboard box cages with pinched duct tape for bars. Both kids and adults brought their toy animals to be part of the props. Continue reading

Censorship: key to sustain evolution

Tina Dupuy recently called on government, or maybe voters (she never made clear), to “save our schools from Creationism.” I’m sure Ms. Dupuy believes her argument is based on logic and credibility. It is not. She has been fooled by censorship masquerading itself as science. Continue reading